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zero

number uk   /ˈzɪə.rəʊ/ us    /ˈzɪr.oʊ/ ( plural zeros)
A2 [C or U] (the number) 0; nothing: Five, four, three, two, one, zero. The number one million is written with a one and six zeros. Heavy rain has reduced visibility almost to zero (= its lowest point).B1 [U] on a set of numbers for comparing temperature in degrees Celsius, the level of temperature at which water freezes: The temperature is expected to drop to ten degrees below zero tonight.
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zero

adjective uk   /ˈzɪə.rəʊ/ us    /ˈzɪr.oʊ/
not any or no: zero growth/inflation informal He said that his chances of getting the job were zero (= he had no chance).
Traducciones de “zero”
en coreano 숫자 영, 0, 영도…
en árabe صِفْر…
en francés zéro, l’heure H…
en turco sıfır…
en italiano zero, zero gradi…
en chino (tradicionál) (數字)零, 沒有,全無, 零(攝氏)度…
en ruso ноль…
en polaco zero…
en español cero, hora cero…
en portugués zero…
en alemán die Null, der Nullpunkt…
en catalán zero…
en japonés (数字の)ゼロ, (温度)零度, 氷点…
en chino (simplificado) (数字)0, 没有,全无, 零(摄氏)度…
(Definition of zero from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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